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Promoted 08-29-2016 by brisar at 11:26 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has CyberPower 1325VA 810W Pure Sinewave 10-Outlet UPS Mini Tower (GX1325U) for $124.99. Shipping is free. Thanks TDMVP73

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Edited August 29, 2016 at 06:30 AM by wuzzy
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These are getting much more expensive in price as time goes on. I need something that can last about 3 hours or more for a laptop and single monitor so I am guessing 50 watts. this shows as barely 90 minutes at that range. Miss the good old days when stores clearanced these.
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Good price. I have been needing one of these and this will power my setup even under full load and a few other things. With the new series of GTX 10xx out even lower power requirements makes this almost overkill
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Probably the most annoying question, but what are these used for exactly? A type of surge protector and protector against sudden power outages?

edit: Just read up on it, now I see what it's for. Interesting idea.
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Last edited by chumpsky2010 August 29, 2016 at 07:22 AM.
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Quote from burner1515 View Post :
These are getting much more expensive in price as time goes on. I need something that can last about 3 hours or more for a laptop and single monitor so I am guessing 50 watts. this shows as barely 90 minutes at that range. Miss the good old days when stores clearanced these.
Since a laptop already has a battery, wouldn't you only need to power the monitor? Don't forget you will also need to power your modem and router if you need internet access
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Since a laptop already has a battery, wouldn't you only need to power the monitor? Don't forget you will also need to power your modem and router if you need internet access

Question. If I get this to protect a modem and router during an outage, will I get 3 hours for those alone? (Or would you suggest a cheaper alternative?)
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Question. If I get this to protect a modem and router during an outage, will I get 3 hours for those alone? (Or would you suggest a cheaper alternative?)
I can't answer the runtime on battery, but if it's just the modem and router this is super overkill. You can get away with something much cheaper with battery backup; I personally have an APC 350VA for my router, modem and xbox one. However I would imagine you could get 3 hours on this just because the power draw is so little.
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Quote from burner1515 View Post :
These are getting much more expensive in price as time goes on. I need something that can last about 3 hours or more for a laptop and single monitor so I am guessing 50 watts. this shows as barely 90 minutes at that range. Miss the good old days when stores clearanced these.
This is also more expensive because it's a pure sine wave UPS. If you are looking to power the things you described you should be fine with a Simulated Sine Wave one which tend to be cheaper.
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Question. If I get this to protect a modem and router during an outage, will I get 3 hours for those alone? (Or would you suggest a cheaper alternative?)
Possibly but I have a dock connecting the laptop to the monitor and that dock powers the laptop and monitor. I have a modest old geek squad brand that keeps my modem and wireless router up for about 3 hours. I press the option to show kw used and it reads 0 lol. I think you have to go off the 50w minimum to be safe for any equipment when calculating rin time.
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This is also more expensive because it's a pure sine wave UPS. If you are looking to power the things you described you should be fine with a Simulated Sine Wave one which tend to be cheaper.
good info, thanks!
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Tried searching online, anyone know what the differences are between this model and the regular CyberPower CP1350PFCLCD?

https://www.cyberpowersystems.com...1350pfclcd

Thanks in advanced
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Tried searching online, anyone know what the differences are between this model and the regular CyberPower CP1350PFCLCD?

https://www.cyberpowersystems.com...1350pfclcd

Thanks in advanced
I was wondering that myself. Other than the slightly lower difference in maximum permissible current, the lengthy specification sheets are identical except for two things that might just be oversights: the GX1325 has two alarm states for "Battery Low" and "Replace Battery" whereas the CP1350PFCLCD only has a "Battery Low" alarm, and the CP1350PFCLCD lists it as having an Emergency Power Off Port while the GX1325 does not say. (EDIT: Actually, the CP1350PFCLCD says specifically that it does not)

But the main difference is that the GX line is their new Gaming PC brand. I figure that they might branch the GX and CP lines out a bit more in the future, but that they're basically the same now.
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I was wondering that myself. Other than the slightly lower difference in maximum permissible current, the lengthy specification sheets are identical except for two things that might just be oversights: the GX1325 has two alarm states for "Battery Low" and "Replace Battery" whereas the CP1350 only has a "Battery Low" alarm, and the CP1350 lists it as having an Emergency Power Off Port while the GX1325 does not.

But the main difference is that the GX line is their new Gaming PC brand. I figure that they might branch the GX and CP lines out a bit more in the future, but that they're basically the same now.
Thanks for the info, this might be a dumb question but what use would the EPO port have? Why not just disconnect the UPS from the wall?
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